Many of the Bay Area’s very best museums are free at least one day each month. If you arrive early, you can visit world-class museums for $0 plus snacks.
No matter your reason to be stuck at home, here are 25 entertaining at-home ideas more fun than singing Baby Shark for the hundredth time.
La Moine Park, better known to the locals as the Cheese Park, is located in a quiet hillside neighborhood in Richmond near El Sobrante.
$5 Tuesday movie showings for kids and families around the East Bay.
El Cerrito’s Cerrito Vista Park is great for adventurous kids. Paved tracks around the large grassy field is excellent for scooters and bicycles.
Jewel’s Terrace Park has two playgrounds, large grassy field, tennis courts, basketball court, picnic tables, and a BBQ grill.
At Doyle St and 61st Street in Emeryville, you’ll find a terrific playground, grassy field, small tot lot, and community garden.
Memorial Park in Albany is home to so many family-friendly resources and events, that all parents in communities north of Berkeley should know about it.
On the corner of Dartmouth and Talbot in Albany, find a small park with an excess of used push cars, play houses, a tiny play structure and swings.
El Cerrito’s Castro Park is a favorite playground packed with equipment for activities from basketball to rock climbing.
Have more fun with kids in Oakland, Berkeley, Albany, and Alameda! 510Families.com is the best website for East Bay parents to find kid-friendly activities every day.
Our local events calendar is usually packed with drop-in classes, free storytimes, and festivals. Plan your weekend and your summer vacation: daily articles and a weekend planner help you find what’s fun and free when you need it.